It happens that extrasensory perception means as much to me as history does to you.
"The Edge of the Knife" by Henry Beam Piper
You'll have to coin a new term, because the only one I know is extrasensory perception, and that's obviously ridiculous.
"Accidental Flight" by Floyd L. Wallace
In the 1970s, Lessing 's work revealed her interest in extrasensory perception and Sufism, a mystical brand of Islam.
Inspired by the real-life works of parapsychologist Joseph Banks Rhine at Duke University between 1927 and 1965, Alexandra Sokoloff's "The Unseen" explores the dark-basement-stored-files of the experiments in extrasensory perception.
A respected psychology journal has agreed to publish a paper presenting what its author describes as strong evidence for extrasensory perception, the ability to sense future events.
One of psychology's most respected journals has agreed to publish a paper presenting what its author describes as strong evidence for extrasensory perception, the ability to sense future events.
I see that Martin Gardner is again using this popular literary journal as a vehicle to attack my scientific research that was reported in my Learning to Use Extrasensory Perception (University of Chicago Press, 1976).
Gordon the Giant Clam with ESP (that's extra-special powers, not extrasensory perception) might as well be San Diego's mascot.
Bereft of telepathy and other extrasensory perceptional powers, the processes must rely on message passing in order to achieve it.
Causality, Knowledge and Coordination in Distributed Systems